What is QMUN?
Queen’s Model United Nations is an annual MUN conference held at Queen’s University campus in Kingston, Ontario. 2017 will mark the 32 year for QMUN, making it one of the longest running MUN conferences in Canada. QMUN is a non-profit student organized conference that brings together 225 delegates from all undergraduate faculties at Queen’s, to participate in debate on international affairs.
The theme of 2017 is "International Peacekeeping and Peace-Building". 9 separate committees will debate sub-topics on the overarching theme over the 4 days of the conference. QMUN's first ever General Assembly will also be held this year. All 225 delegates will be brought together on the second day of debate to interact in a crisis style debate format.
Participation at QMUN does not require prior experience at a model UN conference or membership in a MUN team! We welcome all delegates to attend! The size of the conference provides students with a more intimate and comprehensive debating experience to engage in discussion about pressing international issues and develop solutions while applying various global perspectives.
The delegate fee will encompass attendance for open ceremony wine and cheese, 4 days of debate, speeches from 4 keynote speakers, 2 evening socials, a formal banquet dinner, and closing ceremonies and awards.
Registration is first come first serve so apply now!
Queen’s Model United Nations is an incredible weekend filled with opportunities to explore various world issues and come up with resolutions for each. It is an inclusive and enriching environment attracting students from various faculties. QMUN offers an exciting forum to familiarize students with international diplomacy and provide networking opportunities in an intra-university setting.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Delegate Coordinator email: email@example.com
Do I need any experience in Model UN to particpate at QMUN?
No! QMUN is a no-experience necessary conference that occurs at the end of January, 2017. Training sessions in October and November will prepare delegates on the proper parliamentary flow of debate at QMUN.
What is the time committment for QMUN?
There will be several training sessions in November and January that delegates are expected to attend. These sessions will not exeed one hour. Apart from the training sessions the delegates are expected to attend the 4 day conference beginning with an Open Ceremony at 6:30pm on January 26th and ending with a Closing Ceremony at 2:00pm on January 29th.
Who can participate in QMUN?
All undergraduate students from all faculties at Queen's University may participate in Queen's Model UN. QMUN is an internal university MUN conference and only students who hold valid Queen's Student ID's will be able to participate.